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  1. If anyone wants to know about this here i put the answer here as well. for you gamers think easy what is best to choose in 1080p as they already revealed the Prices. Xbox Series X - $499 Xbox Series S - $300 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S: Performance & Specs The smaller Xbox Series S marks the bridge between the current consoles and the Xbox Series X. It is more powerful than the current hardware and offers some technical improvements. The console is aimed exclusively at those who buy their games digitally - after all, it has no optical drive. Here is an overview of the specs (differences between the two models are marked bold) Xbox Series S CPU: AMD Zen 2 with 8 cores @ 3.6 GHZ GPU: Up to 4 teraflops (AMD RDNA2) - 20 CUs with 1,565 MHz RAM: 10 GB GDDR6 Hard disk: 512 GB NVME-SSD Optical drive: No Resolution: 1440p to 120 FPS, 4K upscaling for games Output: HDMI 2.1 Connectors: HDMI-Out, 3x USB, Ethernet, Storm, Memory expansion Xbox Series X CPU: AMD Zen 2 with 8 cores @ 3.8 GHZ GPU: Up to 12.15 Teraflops (AMD RDNA2) - 52 CUs with 1,845 MHz RAM: 16 GB GDDR6 Hard disk: 1 TB NVME-SSD Optical drive: Yes Resolution: Native 4K to 120 FPS, up to 8K possible Output: HDMI 2.1 Connectors: HDMI-Out, 3x USB, Ethernet, Storm, Memory expansion The Xbox Series S is a "Digital Only" console and relies primarily on the catalog of the games flat rate Xbox Game Pass. The Series X on the other hand has a drive that can also play 4K Blu-ray discs. Both models can be expanded with a storage medium specially developed by Microsoft via a connection on the back. External USB 3.1 hard drives can also be used. The Answer is cleared save 200 dollars and take Xbox Series S for 1080p Moniter TV (Even its best also for 2K resolution )
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